NCAA Announces Future Sites For Swimming & Diving Championships

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Federal Way will host Division I NCAA meets in 2025. Photo Courtesy: Peter H. Bick

The NCAA announced its future hosts for the Division I, II and III championships from 2023 – 2026 for all sports. The swimming and diving championship schedule is littered with the usual hosts like Indianapolis, Greensboro and Atlanta. But the University of Tennessee will host the 2023 Division I women’s meet for the very first time.

The Division I meet will also head back to the west coast in 2025 in Federal Way, Washington for the first time since the 2012 men’s meet was held there. The men’s and women’s Division I meet will be held in Washington in consecutive weeks, as the facility will also host the 2021 Division III championships if such meet can be held this season.

The 2024 Division I swimming & diving championships will also head to Athens, Georgia (women), and Indianapolis, Indiana (men), the same locations that were set for 2020.

The still under construction Deaconess Aquatic Center in Evansville, Indiana is scheduled to host the 2026 Division II meet as the facility broke ground in late 2019.

The full schedule can be seen below.

Division I Women

  • 2021: Greensboro, N.C.; March 17-20
  • 2022: Atlanta; March 16-19
  • 2023: Knoxville *first time host
  • 2024: Athens, Georgia
  • 2025: Federal Way, Washington
  • 2026: Atlanta

Division I Men Swimming & Diving Championships

  • 2021: Iowa City, Iowa; March 24-27 *potentially will move to Greensboro
  • 2022: Atlanta; March 23-26
  • 2023: Minneapolis
  • 2024: Indianapolis
  • 2025: Federal Way, Washington
  • 2026: Atlanta

Division II

  • 2021: Birmingham; March 8 -13
  • 2022: Greensboro; March 9 – 12
  • 2023: Indianapolis
  • 2024: Geneva, Ohio
  • 2025: Indianapolis
  • 2026: Evansville, Indiana * first time host at Deaconess Aquatic Center

Division III Swimming & Diving Championships

  • 2021: Federal Way, Washington; March 17 – 21
  • 2022: Indianapolis
  • 2023: Greensboro
  • 2024: Greensboro
  • 2025: Greensboro
  • 2026: Indianapolis

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